Tom Finn (cyclist)

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Tom Finn
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Born Ireland
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Discipline Road bicycle racing
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Rás Tailteann, 1961

Tom Finn is an Irish cyclist. He won the Rás Tailteann in 1961.

Career

Finn won the 1959 Tour of Ulster and the 1961 Rás Tailteann. [1] [2] [3] [4]

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References

  1. "1961 Tom Finn's Rás Tailteann Win". www.rastailteann.com.
  2. "5 legends who tell you everything you need to know about the Rás". The42.
  3. "Shay O'Hanlon Four Times Rás Winner - Rás Tailteann - Formerly the An Post Rás - 2018".
  4. "1962 - The year a stage of the Rás finished in....Longford". 19 May 2013.